I’m learning that you don’t always need words to describe things. If you are a person who likes to think—critically—then you will appreciate my lack of words in this post.
The above clip comes from World Population Growth, Our World in Data. The massive growth in population is a direct result of oil.
The above clip comes from the The Times, UK and there’s another article in the Wall Street Journal.
The above clip comes from Energy Is At The Center Of Falling Productivity Growth by Gail Tverberg, Sep 25, 2016
The above clip is from Joseph Tainter’s book: The Collapse of Complex Societies
The above clip is from Toward a General Theory of Societal Collapse. A Biophysical Examination of Tainter’s Model of the Diminishing Returns of Complexity by Ugo Bardi, Sara Falsini, and Ilaria Perissi
The above clip comes from the Institute for Policy Studies, August 24, 2021. Not sure if you’ve heard about Jeff Bezos shelling out $78 million for a massive Hawaiian estate, with an incredible fresh water source, spanning over 14 acres? Or maybe Bill Gates buying up farm land? They’re buying real resources while letting people go crazy over metaverses, NFTS, cryptos, and highly-leveraged financial instruments. Think about this in context with the information above, and I’m really sorry but no fact checker sponsored by billionaires will help you here.
At this time in history, with all the biotechnology we have, knowing the billionaire elites have FULL AWARENESS of the looming “disastrous environmental, social, and industrial threat” from at least 2009, and in fact, held a secret meeting to come up with a plan, what do you suppose is happening? Are they letting nature take its course? Or are they trying to control it somehow? This is where looking at Biblical history and other historical information can really help us figure out what man is up to at this stage of humanity.
I’ll sign off with a quote, “There are people whose souls have just withered, people who are willing to go along with anything evil – anything so as not to be suspected of disagreeing with whoever is in power.” —Vasily Grossman, Soviet Jewish dissident writer
And a spiritual teaching, “Watch out for false prophets. They come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly they are ferocious wolves. By their fruit you will recognize them. Do people pick grapes from thornbushes, or figs from thistles? Likewise, every good tree bears good fruit, but a bad tree bears bad fruit. A good tree cannot bear bad fruit, and a bad tree cannot bear good fruit. Every tree that does not bear good fruit is cut down and thrown into the fire. Thus, by their fruit you will recognize them.” —Matthew 7:15-20